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Judy Cassab : an Australian story / Brenda Niall
Bib ID 3796022
Format BookBook
Author
Niall, Brenda, 1930-
 
Description Crows Nest, N.S.W. : Allen & Unwin, 2007 
viii, 308 p., [24] p. of plates : ill. (some col.), maps, ports. ; 23 cm. 
ISBN 9781741751529
Summary

Born in Vienna in 1920 to Hungarian Jewish parents she migrated to Australia at a time when few women artists were given serious attention. Today, twice the winner of the Archibald Prize. Cassab is one of Australia's foremost painters, celebrated for her haunting desert landscapes as well as her portraits.

Notes

Includes index.

Previously published: 2005 and entitled: Judy Cassab, a portrait.

Bibliography: p. 291-295.

Subjects Cassab, Judy, 1920-2015.  |  Portrait painters -- Australia -- Biography.  |  Women painters -- Australia -- Biography.  |  Painters -- Australia -- Biography.  |  Archibald Prize.
Other authors/contributors Niall, Brenda, 1930- Judy Cassab, a portrait

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